Nigel Mansell, Williams, Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, 1992

Williams FW14/FW14B (1991-2) pictures

Williams’ FW14 proved very quick in 1991, winning seven races, but it wasn’t quite reliable enough to keep McLaren and Ayrton Senna from the championships.

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The ‘B’ version of the car raced in 1992 added computer-controlled active suspension which elevated the team far beyond the chasing pack. The two FW14Bs were often a whole second faster than anything else on the track.

Mansell claimed the drivers title in Hungary with five rounds to spare, while Williams enjoyed six one-two finishes and easily won the constructors championship. The team had its successor ready halfway through the season, but as the FW14B was the class of the field by a huge margin they held off introducing it until the following season.

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One comment on “Williams FW14/FW14B (1991-2) pictures”

  1. At the 1992 British GP Mansell was 3 seconds quicker than the next fastest car, the McLaren of Ayrton Senna. That is really incredible!

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